How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Closenberg Hotel Galle
Travel Blogs from Galle
... taking, it was a nice piece of history to see and strangely quiet.
We experienced some heavy rain around 5pm, just as we were about to head out for a walk, which cooled things down a little. Once it passed, we wandered around the Forte and watched a beautiful sunset. We also ate our first western meal in a month and now remember why we eat local food!
... trees. We also discover a couple of fabulous bars, despite Galle's nightlife being essentially non-existent. The Hammock Bar in the Old Dutch Hospital is fun and quirky, being exactly as described but it's the newly-opened Living Room that is a jaw-dropper; a deliriously funky bar-club-gallery-treasure trove that intrigues and delights every where you look. The brainchild of three Swedish designers it is crammed with sumptuous furniture, fabulous art, quirky objects, ...
... platter, toast and name and tea/coffee. It has been a lovely stay here at Mirissa, very relaxing, good food and nice weather. For our next stop - bus to Galle should only be an hours journey and hopefully we will get a seat! The bus to Galle cost $1.20 for both of us and there were plenty of seats ... There seem to be lots of buses coming this way. Got to see the stilt fishing guys along the way plus some other beaches as the bus drives along the coast. Unfortunately there is no ...
... Also as we came in low season so the prices were cheap! Beers at the bars (200 rupees) during 5-10pm happy hour . Mirissa's beach was so quiet and relaxing! You could hire a body board for an hour (200 Rupees) the sea is perfect for it but be careful as i got taken out by massive waves a few times! In the evening the beach is beautiful it lit up with a variety of beach ...
... city walls along the small beach which is Galle harbour. Huge tuna fish and stalls filled with the day's catch. Fishing boats lined the beach and nets are cleaned as locals catch up with each other as they head home with their bags of fish. One man just grabbed his large pink fish by the tail and headed off. RAMPART WALKS WITH DIVERS AT SUNSET. We joined the locals and tourists for walks on the city walls, a popular venue for the local Army Base (within the walls) and their ...